Jazz at Lincoln Center will reopen Thursday with live and live concerts celebrating Wynton Marsalis’ 60th birthday
Jazz at Lincoln Center will reopen to a live audience for the first time in 20 months this Thursday with a special concert celebrating the 60e birthday of Wynton Marsalis, its general and artistic director.
At the concert, whose program will be repeated on November 19 and 20, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will be joined by guests Summer Camargo, Giveton Gelin, Tatum Greenblatt and Anthony Hervey, trumpeters and rising stars who have been mentored by Marsalis in JLCO’s programs education.
The concerts will feature performances of works by Marsalis written for big band through his four decades of playing, arrangement and composition; Marsalis will also be performing with a small group of JLCO members and guests, which he has not done at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater since 2011.
While tickets for the reopening concerts have sold out, the opening night performance will be available live at 8 p.m. ET on November 18, and then will be available on demand until midnight on November 25.
The 34 of the orchestrae The season, which runs through June 11, 2022, will feature live concerts, webcast performances, in-person and virtual education programs, world tour dates and the release of new Blue Engine Records titles. . In addition to Marsalis, concerts will honor jazz luminaries including Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Dave Brubeck, Wayne Shorter and Jelly Roll Morton, and will also create new works by Marsalis and Cecile McLorin Salvant.